Hotel Colombo

Via Nolana, 35, Naples, Campania, 80142, Italy
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Train Prices from Naples to Salerno

by MichaelMaleny

We would like to travel from Naples to Paestum in May. We cant find ticket prices on trenitalia for the local trains that run from Naples to Salerno/Paestum. Does anyone know roughly how much a ticket costs one way for the local trains (coded R Regionale on the train type). I assume they are all second class type tickets.

Re: Train Prices from Naples to Salerno

by Redang

It's not expensive, but you can check www.trenitalia.it

Re: Train Prices from Naples to Salerno

by mccalpin

You're right; for some reason, www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html (the English pages) is not reporting the pricing on this route. I tried several variations both of date and route, and the best I could get was pricing on some premium trains from Naples to Salerno (8 euro). But I just could not get pricing from Naples to Salerno on regional trains, or from Salerno to Paestum at all.

Well, you can try this...2 years ago, I did an unscientific study of regional train fares along select routes (not this one), and the average fare was about 0.05 euro per kilometer (note this was 2006). So, by that logic, the fare would have been 5.00 euro (100 kilometers times 0.05 euro/kilometer). Well, the premium train from Naples to Salerno was 8.00 euro, and we know that premium trains are often as much as twice as expensive...so a SWAG would be that the price is 5 to 7? euro, based on whatever rate increases they may have had systemwide...oh, yes, this is 2nd class. As you suspect, the through trains from Naples to Paestum (i.e., no change in Salerno or elsewhere) appear to be second class only...

Bill

Re: Train Prices from Naples to Salerno

by jubistuta79

Hi friends .. the train is R, it's correct and cost you around 8 euro ... (i not really remember but you standby max 12 euro) For regional train sometimes you cant find the fare in trenitalia website, becasue it's totally cheap and it's a regional or inter town train.But sir, please be careful at Naples Centrale; dont get confuse there!

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Travel Tips for Naples

Drink Limoncello.
Think...

by Razorart

Drink Limoncello.
Think alcoholic lemon ice, but not frozen, just served up in a frosty cold cocktail glass.
Delicioso. Sitting at a seaside restaurant in Praiano, sipping a very fine glass of limoncello.

Sanita' Quarter - Vergini Street

by egicom05

The name of this street is connected with the ancient presence of Greek families, among them the phratry of Eunostidi who were devoted to chastity and virginity and for this reason the Neapolitan called the street “of Vergini”. The double bifurcation, at uphill and at downhill, of this street give it the shape of two “Y” symmetrical placed. The shape has been modelled by the natural
phenomenon of the “Vergini lava” because of mud, rubbles and water fall, that during the floods covered up everything. In the past years many buildings were destroyed, especially religious, rebuilt at an upper level like: S. Maria of Vergini and S. Maria Succurre Miseris churches. Along this street there are other two churches: Padri Missionari Vincenziani Convent and S. Maria of Misericordiella.
[by Egicom05 - Street of Naples]

ADDRESS
Via Vergini.
DIRECTIONS
By car: take the motorway Tangenziale and exit at Capodimonte.
By metro: Cavour Square stop. From here, after two minutes of walk, on the right side there is the access market- street to Vergini.

Mare chiaro

by gial1 about 'A fenestrella

great restaurant directly in front of the sea side... Fish is excellent and fresh try all fish dishes with a fresh white wine (FALANGHINA or GRECO DI TUFO!!)... we had a great time there...
don't mis MOZZARELLA DI BUFALA....
Service at Restaurant is excellent

Museo Archeologico - Part 3 - Frescoed Hall

by suhadis

There is a large frescoed hall in the museum on the next floor above the entrance. There wasn't any commentary of the hall and the paintings on it's walls. There's a sort of like a timeline on the floor in an oblique direction to the hall, but the commentary of this was in Italian, so I didn't understand it's significance.

Castel Sant' Elmo

by yooperprof

No, you won't find "Tickle Me Elmo" anywhere here.

I've read two explanations of how this imposing fortress came by its name. One explanation is that it is on the site of what was once a church dedicated to St. Erasmus - which over the centuries was "corrupted" to St. Elmo. The other story is that the Aragonese who constructed the castle in the fourteenth cenutry were thinking of an obscure Spanish monk, San Telmo - which the Neapolitans converted to their own Elmo. Take you pick!

At any rate, this fortress dominates the city which it towers above. Coming up here really gives the visitor a sense of the lay of the land. For centuries the Castel served as a clear reminder to the inhabitants that they had better mind their manners or they might end up in one of the dungeons here. There is a long history of attacks upon this site, accidental explosions and destructions and imprisonments here. Many brave souls who risked their lives in the 1799 "Parthenopian Revolution" were executed here. Nowadays Castel Sant' Elmo serves a kinder, gentler purpose: as an civic exhibition space for historical and artistic exhibitions.

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 Hotel Colombo

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Address: Via Nolana, 35, Naples, Campania, 80142, Italy